NEW YORK – FanVision, a division of RSE Ventures, the sports, entertainment and technology company co-founded by Dolphins owner Stephen Ross, today announced the purchase of radio scanner company, Track Scan.
FanVision, the complete in-venue fan enhancement service, provides fans with access to eight in-car cameras, replays, a digital scanner, while providing real-time statistics and more at every NASCAR Sprint Cup Series race. FanVision devices take fans out of the stands and put them directly into the driver’s seat, further enhancing the racing experience. Now, Track Scan joins the FanVision family with an eye on growth, creating a must-have product for fans at every race.
“We couldn’t be more pleased to acquire Track Scan,” said Uday Ahuja, President and CEO of FanVision. “They are a perfect partner for us and we’re excited to deliver the same great experience and customer service to millions of racing fans.”
FanVision will now reach new customers, enhance the already strong connections with their loyal fans as well as increase their brand presence and footprint at all NASCAR Sprint Cup Series events. This acquisition positions FanVision to become fully vertically integrated from development to distribution. The company will expand their growing line of offerings and introduce new products with the racing fan top of mind.
“FanVision is the proven leader in providing the best in-venue experience for fans and we’re thrilled our customers will be able to experience their entire suite of offerings,” said Track Scan Owner Glen Aikenhead. “We look forward to growing together and most importantly we’re thrilled that our Track Scan customers will experience the same quality service they have come to expect.”
Track Scan products will still be available for rent at select racing events under the Track Scan name at FanVision trackside trailers. With Track Scan products, you can listen to the conversations between drivers and their crews, race officials as well as the radio and TV broadcasts – during race and practice sessions.